Eaton Socon res. 4, Great Chishill 1
21st September 2019 :: Kershaw Senior B
The game started slowly, and didn’t get much better, in a poor 1st half. The watching Neil Morris must of wondered who he was going to put 7 days in for this week. He positioned himself near the right back position, clearly unimpressed with his recent acquisition from River road. The 1st half climax was reached on 22 and 1/2 minutes, as the referee called for a drinks break, and didn’t get much better for the remainder of the 1st half. A near miss for the Chishill centre half as he sauntered through the Eaton midfield and defence unchallenged and fired wide of White in Eaton goal the highlight.
Half time 0-0
The 2nd half started badly, but sprang into life on 55 minutes as Chishill bundled the ball home amidst deflections, and poor clearances. 0-1. On 60 minutes it was 2-1 Eaton, 1st a contentious decision giving Eaton a penalty as the ball struck the arm of Chishill defender. Irvine grabbed the ball, before Ollie Vale could get near it, and coolly slotted home, sending the keeper the wrong way. The 2nd goal came after a Chishill player tripped over his own feet In the Eaton box. Whilst all around where complaining to the referee, White sent the ball towards Vale and Moore, the Chishill centre half won the header, but in turn sent Vale clear, and after rounding the keeper Vale scored his 5th goal of the season.
From then on it was all Eaton, and it was the impressive Moore who added the tird. Reacting 1st to his own effort he gave the
Keeper no chance, firing in from 10 yards. Great wing play from Moore, as he cut inside the full back and drifted past the centre half, before scoring the 4th at the near post. The game was won, and the party tricks came out. A rabona to nobody in particular from Martin, and a nutmeg from Kokokta that he eventually ran on to, finally gave the on watching crowd of 67 value for there free entry. In the closing minutes Moore came close to getting his hatrick, but headed wide.
Final score 4-1. Top of the league.
MOM Allan Moore. Treemendous.